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." stick around. >>> coming up next, jodi arias may learn her fate. will she live or die? live to phoenix, next. ♪ new beneful medley's... ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> now to arizona. later today, jurors in the jodi arias trial will hear arguments about why her life should be spared. casey wian with more from phoenix. >> we, the jury, upon our oath, find that the aggravating factor especially cruel has been profession. >> reporter: jodi arias sat solemnly as the jury decided she is eligible for a death sentence. the aggravating factor fades of a process that will you the mul determine her sentence. the county medical examiner, family and friends of victim victim travis alexander fought back tears. martinez displayed graphic images of alexander's body on giant screens that showed dozens of stab wounds. one so deep it punctured a vain going to his heart that produced a gusher of blood and several to the head that dented his skull.
. >>> all right, let's move on. prosecutors prove jodi arias is a murderer and a liar, but does the 32-year-old woman deserve to die? that's the big question. right now you're looking at live pictures of the ongoing hearing. what's going on right now? the jury of eight men and four women is expected to decide in this hearing that you're watching, started just moments ago, whether or not the death penalty happens. this is up to the jury. two phases. first was, did they find her guilty? yes. so now the first part of the second phase was, is it such a cruel murder that the death penalty is justified? the jury again found yes. so now the final phase, which is where they look at the facts of the stabbing, the shooting, the near-decapitation of travis alexander, the victim here, in 2008. yes, it's especially cruel. let's look at the circumstances and see if there are any mitigating effects. you have aggravating and mitigating. aggravating is what it sounds like. these are things that make it even worse than other murders. what types of things? the way was done, the victim, the type of relationshi
. >>> the fate of jodi arias is just days away. before the jury decides, shes has one more message she'd like to deliver. we'll talk about it next. [ male announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance in sync? try align. it's the number one ge recommended probiotic that helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ stay in the groove with align. ♪ need help keeping your digestive balance in sync? try align. it's a probiotic that fortifies your digestive system with healthy bacteria 24/7. because your insides set the tone. stay in the groove with align. >>> jodi arias. the trial resumes monday. still in the sentencing phase. this comes after the arizona jury found she was exceptionally cruel when she murdered travis alexander in 2008. jodi arias could be sentenced to life in prison or death. holly hughes is here. the defendant spent 18 days on the stand during the trial. do you think she'll speak to jurors again? >> she is. her attorney said in his open that jodi arias will come up and talk to you. what will be fascinating, don, is if she e repeats what she told the reporter after she was con
, read out loud in court. jodi arias' fate hangs in the balance now. the defense plans to show off her art work in an attempt to save her life. the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultra-rugged kyocera torque, only from sprint direct connect. buy one get four free for your business. >>> the lawyer of o.j. simpson botched his case is on the stand in las vegas. the football star is seeking a new trial. the case stems from a confrontation in las vegas back in 2007. yale galanter says he did his best to represent simpson. >> i wanted to do everything i could possibly do to give o.j. a shot at getting released. i thought that his conviction and sentence was unfair. >> simpson is serving 33 years in prison right now. >>> in phoenix, jurors in the jodi arias trial are hearing from the family of travis alexander. they're sh
in 20 minutes for other topics to talk about. including that of the jodi arias penalty phase as well as what's going on in the o.j. simpson trial. we're going to talk about the penalty phase in particular. >>> get a load of this. someone sets up a camera in alaska hoping to get an up and close kind of look at a grizzlie bear and, boy, did they get that. maybe too close. we're going to talk about how this came to be and what's to be learned from it. >>> first a trip this sum tore the national parks may reveal the splendor of nature. josh lebs is on the go with details. >> reporter: you can still count on old faithful to be on time, but the rest of your schedule at yellowstone and other national parks could change this summer. >> the sequestration called for a 5% cut to the national park services budget. part of the savings is going to come in form of 1,000 summer seasonal employees so lacking those employees, visitors will see fewer ranger-guided program that those might have given. or the closure of some facilities one or two days a week. >> reporter: adjusted hours and programs can
'll be right back. before global opportunities . >>> the jury deciding jodi arias' fate is deciding emotional statements from the brother and sister of travis alexander. arias sobbed in court when they talked about what he meant to them. they simply said they didn't want to see their brother's murderer anymore. cnn's casey wian has more from phoenix. >> reporter: stephen alexander was in the u.s. army in 2008 when he found out his brother travis had been murdered. as his killer emotional jodi arias watched. he told the jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed? what was his final to the in his head? >> next, sister samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength, our constant beacon of hope our motivation and his presence has been ripped from our life. >> defense witnesses are expected to spoke about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including her lack of a criminal past, he
the attorney for jodi arias is visiting her at the jail where she hangs out before she has to go to court. fridays are only lawyers days. no family can visit her. what is interesting is has only been a few days since that man and cocounsel made a motion to quit the case. motion denied. judge said no. understandably, judge said no. we are at the finish line of a $1.7 million, $1.8 million defense. he's had his visit with jodi arias in the jail. who knows what that conversation was like? because jodi has said she wants to speak. maybe in elocution. maybe just testimony. but she wants to stand up in her own defense. or does she want to actually defend herself any longer? at this point it is anyone's guess which is part of the reason why this has been such a fascinating case. just gets more fascinating. that is it for me. have yourself a wonderful weekend. i'm headed back down to phoenix for jodi's case. in the meantime jake tapper takes it from here. >>> congressional hearing drinking game. if you took a yagr shot every time someone said outrageous at today's irs hearing you'd be in for one
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